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This article suggests that, in the wake of the events of September 11, it would be an error for sociologists & political analysts to concentrate on revisions of economic & political theory while not paying equal attention to the moral tensions between Islamic & Western cultures. It propo...
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This article attempts to contribute to the on-going discussion regarding the 'future of sociology & social theory' by suggesting that classical & contemporary social theories have yet to provide satisfactory accounts of the emotional components of human society. Following a discussion of how...
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Responds to comments by Nicholas Gane & by John Scott on this author's article 'Towards an Emotionally Conscious Social Theory' (all, 2005). While the ongoing debate over the future of social theory is heartening, it is striking nonetheless that neither Gane nor Scott engaged with the empirical ...
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A review essay on a book by Neil Bissoondath, Selling Illusions (no publication information available [see listing in IRPS No. 84]). Bissoondath criticizes Canadian multicultural policy for creating a form of cultural apartheid. Here, a sociological perspective is drawn on to argue that multicultura...
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